After months of designing and developing, we are finally ready to unveil it. As you can tell by taking a quick look around, we’ve been doing some major work on our site, apps, and behind the scenes. The homepage contains more content and has faster load times. Our blog has also been redesigned and will be updated more frequently.
Internally, we are growing at a rapid pace. There are now 12 full-time employees and we have shipped 7 apps, with many more in the pipeline! We would like to thank everyone for supporting us and continuing to motivate us to do incredible things.
Our blog has been dormant for the past few months, which is not good. From here on out, we are going to try to be more open with our customers. The blog will be updated weekly, with more content flowing from Twitter, Facebook and Dribbble.
You may have heard or seen it already, it’s our latest app—Dribbblr. We use Dribbble all the time to get valuable feedback on our designs, so as soon as we found out they developed a public API, we immediatelly decided to try and make a portable version for mobile devices. The private-beta is being sent out to testers today, and you can expect it in the AppStore within weeks!
UPDATE: Video Sneak Peek of Dribbblr!
P. S. We are always looking for freelance work, let us know here!
Thanks to the remarkable success of Cookmate we are continuously facing potential customers craving for a cool app trying to challenge us whether we would be able to repeat the success on their project. To be honest, we originally didn’t intend to go this way. We were affraid that burning our creativity and our hunger for absolute perfection on projects that are not ours would be counterproductive.
But then – later on – while thinking about some of the ideas we found out we’ve been pretty dull. The world is full of ideas, some of them are splendid and we want to take a part on them. Cooperation on these projects can help us broaden our horizons and gives us the possibility to get in touch with interesting people and their visions.
So we finally agreed that remaining locked to our own business would bring us on a false track.
All of us have been part of custom development business in the past. Its regular practices were one of the main reasons why we left. We know this environment pretty well and hence know what we want to do different. Our goal is not to make Henry Ford (RIP) happy and proud of us. We will never produce apps as on an assembly-line. We want to approach custom projects in the same way as we approach our own. That might of course get reflected also in the financial matters and we realize that. But nothing is gonna make us change our minds. We are sure we can find our customers. The world is full of iPhone development studios that are producing apps in various quality and we want to be the ones on the absolute top.
We are still pretty excited about this new role we decided to accept. It’s amazing to watch how fast – thanks to this everyday stimulation – our team began to grow. There are 10 taping mates now! That gives us confidence that we are ready to accept any kind of challange.
New section of our web was launched today. Check it out on our business page. Here we would like to let you have a look under the bonnet of what we are currently working on.
P.S.: by the way, our invoice team has some serious skills as well